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by Sarah Wilmott


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Sarah Wilmott | Alphabet An A to Z inforgraphic book that compares dierences in primary and secondary education in the United Kingdom and in Germany.


a

is for apple.


Each apple represents 50,000 secondary education teachers. Each orange apple represents the UK. Each red apple represents Germany.


b

is for book.


Each book represents 500,000 library books. Each yellow book represents the UK. Each green book represents Germany.


c

is for coee.


Each layer of coee represent 50,000 primary education teachers. Each brown layer represent the UK. Each yellow layer represents Germany.


d

is for door.


Each door represents 100 primary education students out of school. Each green door represents the UK. Each blue door represents Germany.


e

is for egg.


Each segment represent 3 years duration of student education . Each red segment represent the UK. Each green segment represents Germany.


f

is for food.


Each jam jar represent the percentage of students who have packed lunches in primary education. Each purple jam jar represent the UK. Each pink jam jar represents Germany.


g

is for girl.


Each half girl represents 5% of female enrolement in secondary education . Each half purple girl represent the UK. Each half red girl represents Germany.


h

is for hat.


D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Each dunce hat represent 5% of students who ďŹ nd school boring. Each purple hat represent the UK. Each orange hat represents Germany.


i

is for ice-cream.


Each ice cream scoop represent 10% of 16 year olds in secondary education. Each blue scoop represent the UK. Each purple scoop represents Germany.


j

is for juggle.


Each juggling ball represents 10% of primary and seconary education unemployment. Each blue ball represents the UK. Each orange ball represents Germany.


k

is for kite.


Each section of kite represents 5% expenditure per student in secondary education. Each blue kite represent the UK. Each pink kite represents Germany.


l

is for ladder.


Each step on the ladder represent 1 hour per day of primary education teaching. Each blue step represent the UK. Each orange step represents Germany.


m

is for measure.


Each measurement represent 1 year school life expectancy in primary and secondary education. Each red measurment represent the UK. Each yellow measurement represents Germany.


n

is for necktie.


Each tie represents 1,000,000 secondary education pupils enrolled in public and private education. Each green tie represent the UK. Each purple tie represents Germany.


o

is for odd.


9 7 5 3 1 Each step represents 5% of public spending on education. Each blue step represents the UK. Each pink step represents Germany.


p

is for pencil.


Each pencil represents 5% of students at low litracy levels . Each red pencil represent the UK. Each green pencil represents Germany.


q

is for queen.


Each crown represent 10% of female primary education teachers. Each pink crown represent the UK. Each yellow crown represents Germany.


r

is for ring.


Each ring represent 5% of teachers aged 30 years and under teaching primary education. Each blue ring represent the UK. Each red ring represents Germany.


s

is for see-saw.


Each weight represent 1 year of the number of grades in secondary education. Each orange weight represent the UK. Each blue weight represents Germany.


t

is for top hat.


Each hat represents 5% of govenment spending on private institutions. Each black hat represents spending on private institutions in the UK. Each gray hat represents spending on private institutions in Germany


u

is for umbrella.


Each strip of the Umbrella represents 1 year of the number of grades in primary education . Each blue strip represent the UK. Each green strip represents Germany.


v

is for vehicle.


Each vehicle represents 5% of public spending per student in secondary education. Each orange vehicle represent the UK. Each yellow vehicle represents Germany.


w

is for watch.


Each half circle represents 1 year duration of compulsory education. Each red half circle represents the UK. Each blue half circle represents Germany.


x

is for xylophone.


Each note on the xylophone represent 1 hour of music taught in secondary education. Each red note represent the UK. Each orange note represents Germany.


y

is for yacht.


Each yacht represent 1% of private enrolment in primary education. Each blue yacht represent the UK. Each green yacht represents Germany.


z

is for zzz.


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Each Z represent 3% of students who have a report class disorder. Each red Z represent the UK. Each orange Z represents Germany.

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Sarah Wilmott | Alphabet References www.nationalmasters.com www.timeshighereducation.co.uk www.howtogermany.com www.eduserver.de www.guardian.co.uk/education



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